Narra is dubbed as the Philippines’ national tree. It is also indigenous in the country and noted for its superior strength, hardiness and resilience.
Month: October 2015
Free Wi-Fi is cool, but it is no game changer. We can help poor families survive by making sure they have food on the table, rather than simply giving them Wi-Fi access.
By RAYMUND B. VILLANUEVA
A P125 across-the-board wage hike will at least hold back the workers from stepping closer to death.
By LUIS V. TEODORO Vantage Point | BusinessWorld Filipinos will mark the day of the dead — All Saints’ Day — this Sunday. Thanks to the power of the media, it’s a holiday whose eve is morphing into a mongrel version of Halloween, as that Western tradition has been portrayed in Hollywood movies and TV…
By Satur C. Ocampo At Ground Level | The Philippine Star “In the name of development, the nexus of state and TNCs (transnational corporations) has dispossessed people of their lands, resources and rights, captivating the whole island and enslaving people in TNC-led plantations and mines. The original masters of the land have become slaves in…
The “Kampuhang Bayan” transformed an empty ground into a fertile spot for cultural and political unity.
“We are here not because we pity you, we are here because you have human rights.”
A village in Kitaotao, Bukidnon is being militarized after its residents asserted their right to get drought assistance from government.
“Far from protecting the Lumad, the NCIP is the primary arm of the Armed Forces of the Philippines in depriving indigenous peoples of their rights.”
Bulatlat won two awards.